Earlier this year, the DC Bitcoin Users Group invited government contractors to an informational session about Bitcoin. This little digital phenomena seems to be all over the news lately, but most people are still wondering, “What the heck is it?”
The staff at The Motley Fool is always digging up new information to entertain and enlighten. Here are some of their more startling facts about the global economy: S&P 500 companies held $900 billion in cash at the end of
Here are today’s headlines: Sequestration “Irrationalization”: Harry Reid (D-NV) introduces a bill to get rid of sequestration for the remainder of FY2013. Senators John Hoeven (R-ND) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) introduce the Dependable Air Service Act to end the air
You hear one thing, you notice. You hear three or four things, and you start to get alarmed. This zealous Congress has shown a willingness to turn over just about any rock to cut government spending … including contractor salaries.
Here’s what’s happening today: As more and more people are affected by the furlough of air traffic controllers … Congress may be wondering if this sequester thing was such a good idea. The Army is delaying the award of $22
As this story is being written, Boston police are still searching for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, wanted for the Boston Marathon bombing. So, this seems like a good time to examine the role technology and social media is playing in the investigation.
After a quiet 2012, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) hit the ground running in 2013. In it’s Strategic Enforcement Plan for 2013-2016, the agency made equal pay a top priority. Contractor’s need to know what that means.
Today, the White House released the $3.4 trillion 2014 federal budget. It’s not immediately clear who hates the budget the most. But, with denunciations flowing like Niagara Falls, we thought we’d examine how government contractors may be affected by it.
Ideas are like magic. They appear, sometimes explode, at the oddest, least expected times. Maybe you’re commuting or in the shower or daydreaming at Starbucks. Outside the Box is a new feature that’s mental flint … to ignite a spark.
Between sequester and the upcoming budget battles, about the only constant for federal contractors these days in inconsistency. So, we thought we’d poke around the marketplace to see if we could find some information that might be helpful to you.